Israeli officials are reported to be boycotting a United Nations official over an unpublished report concerning the part played by Israeli forces in the recent deaths of 7 Palestinian protesters during the annual Nakba commemorations. //www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-14051618 (BBC)
July 29 – Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraq refuses a U.N. inspection team access to the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture. UNSCOM claims that it has reliable information that the site contains archives related to illegal weapons activities. U.N. Inspectors stage a 17-day sit-in outside of the building, but leave when their safety is threatened by Iraqi soldiers.
The last remaining Jewish enterprises in Germany are closed by the Nazis.
Wednesday, July 6, 1938
The Evian Conference on Refugees is convened in France. No country in Europe is prepared to accept Jews fleeing persecution and the United States will only take 27,370. The prospect for European Jewry looks bleak.
The Treaty of Edinburgh is signed between England, France and Scotland. The French withdraw from Scotland. This largely ends the "Auld Alliance" between France and Scotland, and ends the wars between England and its northern neighbour.
Saturday, June 26, 1535 (Julianian calendar)
Sir Thomas More, author of "Utopia" and one time Lord Chancellor of England, is executed for treason by King Henry VIII, after refusing to agree to Henry's decision to separate the English Church from the Roman Catholic Church.
Saturday, June 27, 1495 (Julianian calendar)
Battle of Fornovo: The French army under King Charles secures its retreat from Italy, by defeating a combined Milanese-Venetian force under Giovanni Francesco Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua.
Sunday, June 27, 1484 (Julianian calendar)
Portuguese sea captain Diogo Cão finds the mouth of the Congo River.
Pope Innocent IV returns to Rome, having left 9 years earlier in 1244 to depose Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, and being unable to return until after Frederick's death, due to the agitation throughout Europe caused by that action.